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New Country Cookbooks On The Way
New Country Cookbooks On The Way

If you love to cook and you love country music, there are a couple of new cookbooks coming out that you might enjoy.

Martina McBride loves to entertain her fans but when she’s not on the road she enjoys entertaining friends and family at home.  If you follow her on Twitter you probably know this. In a new book called Around The Table, Martina will share party ideas for all seasons including menu planning, recipes, tips and tricks.  The book will be available October 7th.

Thirty of country’s biggest stars including, Miranda Lambert, Zac Brown and Alan Jackson, are sharing their favorite recipes in a new cookbook called Country’s Greatest Eats. The book will also feature stories behind the artists recipes as well as pictures of them in their own kitchens.  This book will be available May 6th.

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